What is a parasite?
By definition, a parasite is an organism that takes and gives nothing back. In occult vocabulary, is a spirit of any sort that steals your energy for its own ends and gives nothing back, usually damaging your life in the process.
The most common types of parasites we have seen over the years are sexual in nature. But there are others who thrive in fear, rage, sadness and deliriums of grandeur.
Is normal or relatively normal to to see people brainwashed by such spirits into believing they’re some sort of chosen ones.
How do I recognize a parasite?
If they’re A- taking all they can from you and B- never giving anything back, is a parasite. Or the most incompetent demon/angel/god out there. Most likely the former.
A spirit failing to manifest what’s asked from them is not automatically a parasite.
The worst case of a parasitic infestation I’ve ever seen was some 30 year old guy convinced he was chosen by demons to reign in hell with them after his death. He had to pay old ugly prostitutes to get laid, with all his alleged power. Please, don’t be that guy. If what you have been told doesn’t match your reality, then is not the truth.
How do I prevent becoming a parasite host?
With basic spiritual hygiene. Shield, cleanse and banish often. Use our tutorials if you don’t know how to do it yet.
How do I get rid of a parasite, if I’m already infected?
If banishing doesn’t work, or only works one time and the creeper returns, more measures should be taken.
The first option would be to study Bardon’s “Introduction to hermetics”, the author wrote very effective methods to deal with situations like this.
There are other old school methods that seem to work fine to this day, like crossing a body of water (the humblest creek will do, no need to go to the other side of the Atlantic) or sleeping with a bar of iron under the bed.
Failing that, our staff members have their methods, that range from negotiation to threatening parasites to outright annihilation.
If you suspect you’re a parasite’s host, don’t doubt it and post in our forum. Our members will help in whatever capacity they can.